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Trail of Four Falls

This is a shorter version of the loop trail at Silver Falls that makes use of two newer sections of trail.  We’ll start at the North Falls day use and group camp parking lot and hike down to the canyon on the Twin Falls Trail.  We follow the Canyon Trail just a short distance to the junction for Winter Falls and then up to the Rim Trail from there. Next, we head toward the usual North Falls parking lot and under the highway for a side trip to Upper North Falls.  From there we take the North Rim Trail to the North Falls Overlook and then back to our cars.  To walk just a little more and make it five falls, we could drive to South Falls and walk out to the South Falls overlook at the start of the Maple Ridge trail.  For those who have time, coffee at the Lodge seems like a good way to end our trip.

The Twin Falls Trail and the North Rim trail are well-graded and graveled. Be prepared for possible mud and puddles on the rest of the route. Please contact the leader to sign up and get information about meeting time and place.  Email or text are preferred.

Difficulty: Easy

Pace: Moderate

Hiking Distance: 4.1 miles RT.

Elevation Gain: approximately 200 feet.

Driving Distance: 50 miles RT.

Click here to view a list of Chemeketans' recommended essentials for wilderness hikes.

Saturday, April 6, 2024

Additional Info:
Trip Leader(s):
Mary Liepins
Registration is not available online - contact the event coordinator
Payment In Full In Advance Only
The Trip Leader is the event coordinator. The Trip Leader has the final say over who may participate in the event.

Hiking Trip Ratings:
EASY: Maximum of 5 miles round trip, elevation gain less than 1000 feet
MÉDIUM: 6-10 miles round trip, elevation gain 1000-2000 feet
HARD: Long, difficult, and strenuous

To reimburse drivers for vehicle operation costs, the suggested donation by passengers is $0.10 per mile per person to the driver.